Olivieri Recipe and Giveaway (Canada)

There are moments where I am convinced that I watch too many episodes of Chopped on Food TV. These days, even I know I can make a really good recipe, I see ingredients and start thinking, “What can I make with these ingredients?” in the vein of Chopped. While I am still a relative novice in terms of cooking, I am starting to see how I can bring different ingredients and flavours together and come up with cool new recipes!

So when I first saw Olivieri’s Lasagna Sheets, I knew that I could make a kickin’ lasagna! My dad has the most amazing recipe (which I promise I’ll share in the future!). That being said, my mind started going into a different direction. I really wanted to try making something new!

So I decided to combine some flavours that I thought would mesh really well with the Olivieri Lasagna Sheets – I was excited to see how it would turn out! Because I’m still counting calories as part of a healthier lifestyle, I also wanted to make something that was filling but also would fit into my healthy-eating plan!

Beef and Mushroom Lasagna Rolls


Of course, I forgot the cheese and the Tomato Alfredo sauce in the photo - typical me!

2-3 sheets Olivieri Lasagna Sheets
1 can mushrooms, drained
1-2 tomatoes, chopped
4 ounces ground beef, drained and cooled
2 ounces cheddar cheese, grated
1 can Manwich sauce
1/2 cup Tomato-Alfredo sauce
1 teaspoon minced garlic

1. In a large bowl, combine Manwich sauce, Tomato-Alfredo sauce and garlic. Mix well.

2. Divide mixture into 3 bowls. In the first bowl, mix mushrooms into sauce. In the second bowl, add ground beef and mix thoroughly. In the third bowl, add chopped tomatoes and combine.

Ready to Roll!

3. Place the Olivieri Lasagna Sheets out on the table. Place a thin layer of mushroom sauce mixture on the entire sheet then layer the ground beef sauce mixture on top of half of the Lasagna Sheet. Sprinkle with grated cheese.

4. Roll the Lasagna Sheet then place into a large baking pan.

5. Repeat Steps 1-4 until all Lasagna Sheets are filled.

Ready to Bake!

6. Cover lasagna rolls thoroughly with tomato sauce mixture then cover pan with tin foil.

7. Bake for 40 minutes at 375 degrees Fahrenheit.

8. Uncover and sprinkle with remaining cheese and broil for 2-3 minutes until cheese is melted.

9. Remove from oven and let stand for 5 minutes then slice each roll in half. Serve with a garden salad.

Ready to Eat!

Yield: 4-6 servings
Calories per serving: 320 (based on 4 servings)

The result? Rich and tangy Lasagna Rolls that have a bit of a kick! I love the fact that the Olivieri Lasagna Sheets are so fresh that they were really easy to roll and that they have a great flavour!

Want to try something different? Check out Olivieri’s Vegetable Whole Wheat Lasagna recipe. I think it is really cool that you can also get a whole wheat version of Olivieri’s Lasagna Sheets too!

Giveaway: Two readers from Canada (excluding Quebec) will each win 3 Olivieri free product coupons from Maple Leaf!

Remember, you must complete the mandatory entry in order for your extra entries to count (entries without the mandatory first entry will be discarded)!

Each entry should also appear in a different comment (do not put them together into one comment).

Mandatory entry:
To enter the giveaway, check out the complete line of Olivieri products and give me the name of another product that is a family favourite (or that you’d like to try!) (1 entry).

Daily Entries:

  • Follow me Twitter AND tweet the following (please include the link): Try out Olivieri’s Lasagna Sheets! Enter to #win at @ReviewCorner @Olivieri – 2 winners! http://wp.me/p10r9i-1Yh ends 05/25 CANADA
  • Share your favourite lasagna recipe that you’d make with Olivieri Lasagna Sheets! (1 entry)

Additional Entries:

  • follow MapleLeafFoods on Twitter (1 entry)
  • ”like” Olivierii’s Facebook fan page – include your Facebook name (1 entry)
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  • subscribe to My Little Review Corner’s RSS feeds (or tell me you already receive them)– include the email address you used (1 entry)
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  • share this giveaway (use Reshare button on my Facebook fan page
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  • Comment on any of my non-giveaway posts – let me know which post you have commented on (1 entry per non-giveaway post – unlimited entries)

*Contest closes at 11:59 PM pm EST on Friday, May 25th, 2012 . Open to residents of Canada (excluding Quebec), 18+ years of age.*

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702 Responses to Olivieri Recipe and Giveaway (Canada)

  1. SweetPanda says:

  2. debbie s says:

  3. tweeted

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  6. Soozle says:

    I would make a cheese lasagna – ricotta, mozza and parmesan!
    First Entry May 3

    May 25

  7. lelalacc says:

    daily tweet

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  9. Robyn L says:

    my fav is the noodles, meat/sauce mixture, cottage cheese/egg mixture, Mozzarella cheese

  10. angela m says:

    daily tweet


  11. angela m says:

    I would make the old fashioned lasagna recipe
    {may 2}.

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  13. Anne Taylor says:

    My fav lasagne recipe is basically

    a layer of pasta sauce with ground beef and mushrooms
    pasta layer
    more sauce
    a combo of cottage cheese, paramesan cheese, egg & oilive oil
    more pasta
    more sauce
    mozzerella cheese
    bake till beautiful, melted yumminess; delicious

    nancyrobster at gmail dot com

    may 25

  14. Elva Roberts says:

    May 25-I commented today on your post on ‘Tenderflake Easy Pie.’–el03ro

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  16. Shirley says:

    Commented on Tenderflake EasyPie is, literally, EASY AS PIE!

  17. Soozle says:

    I commented on the Tenderflake EasyPie is, literally, EASY AS PIE! post. May 25

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